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‘Please Stay’: ‘RHOA’ Cast Member Cynthia Bailey Shares Selfie with Eva Marcille, Fans Beg Eva Not to Leave Show

The Real Housewives of Atlanta” cast member Cynthia Bailey isn’t ditching her friend and fellow model Eva Marcille, even though Marcille’s not returning to the show, and fans aren’t ready to see the “America’s Next Top Model” alum go.

The Bailey Wine Cellar owner shared a flawless selfie of herself with the Rickey Smiley Morning Show co-host, giving her the title of #WCW (Woman Crush Wednesday). “My #wcw goes to my beautiful, intelligent, kind, talented, funny, humble, classy, and loving friend @evamarcille. Much love & respect to u always my 🌻
#queenthings #sisterlove #modelmagic #loveandlight,” she captioned the images.

Cynthia Bailey (left) and Eva Marcille (right) snap a selfie. (Photo: @cynthiabailey10/Instagram)

Fans are clearly not ready to say goodbye to Marcille, who has already turned in her peach, and they begged her in Bailey’s comments to rethink her decision.

“The two Supermodels….I am going to miss Eva on the RHOA,” lamented one fan.

“I think u 2 were so nice while some others were so vicious!!” a second commented. “I’ll miss Eva but we got u 😍. Ur the voice of reason n kindness”

“Stay on the show Eva 😭😭😭,” another pleaded.

“Eva you will be missed ❤️,” wrote a third.

“I will miss you on the RHOA😢! However, follow your heart ❤️ 😊,” encouraged a fourth.

The “ANTM” cycle 3 winner, who joined the “RHOA” cast during season 10, announced her departure from the show on June 16 with a statement saying that while she’s thankful for “the bond of friendship that I have made with several of my castmates and the strong personal relationships,” she feels that what she hopes to “accomplish for the culture and community will be better served by focusing on other opportunities.”

Fans speculated that the real reason behind her departure was her demotion from series regular to a friend of the regulars after being promoted to a main cast member for a season.

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